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  • Chord Diagrams

    There are already some nice diagrams of chords on the Deluge out there, but I wanted a slightly different set than I could find elsewhere, so I made my own sheets. You can download them here:

  • Thanks for all the samples!

    This is a somewhat sludgy track I made entirely on the Deluge; quite a few of the sounds are based on samples shared on this forum.

  • Chord Diagrams

    @Affectionate_Bee_781 said:

    @phillipadsmith said:

    This is great -- thank you! Do the colors denote anything, like the root note of the chord? Only ask because I don't see a legend! :)

    Looks like, for the first page, red = root, green = third, black = fifth

    OK, I added a key at the top. Red=root, green=third, blue = fifth (or dark blue, darker shading indicates lower octave than the root), and so on around the colorwheel.

  • Using keyboard mode in kits > Using oneshots in multisamples

    @mikejarod said:
    I would like to play oneshot samples (like drums) using the keyboard mode, but it looks like the KIT mode does not offer keyboard mode; pressing the keyboard mode button while in kit mode doesn't do anything.
    Does anyone know of a way do use keyboard mode in KIT mode?

    If not, an alternative can be using the multisample mode in synth mode, and loading say a folder of samples.
    But when I do that I cannot find a way to prevent the automatic mapping and pitching (tried all modes) the import algorithm uses.
    I just want 1 sample per note and no pitch shifting or time stretching, but that does not seem to work.
    Any ideas?

    One option is to load them as a multisample, and then edit the XML file on a computer. If you had an entry like

                    endSamplePos="15239" />

    you could change the transpose value to 27 (if it is played at midi note 33, you want the transpose value to bring it up to 60, so 60-33 = 27) and the cents to 0.

    Its tedious by hand, I write little Python scripts to do this, but at least it is one possible way.